Easterly Artists At The Grit
Easterly Artists present their first exhibition of 2023 in their new home at The Grit, Lowestoft in the newly-converted Old Court Buildings.
Originally the home of Lowestoft County and Magistrate’s Court, the buildings have now reopened as The Grit: a focal hub for the town’s art and cultural activities.
The new exhibition takes place in what was once the Adult Court, now refurbished to fulfil its new role as an art gallery and with all the fittings removed – except for the old prisoner’s dock, which remains in place to carry out its new function as a viewing area for 3D work.
25 of the finest artists working in East Suffolk are taking part, with work stretching across a wide range of mediums – including sculpture, digital art, illustration, collage, painting, photography, mixed media, ceramics and printmaking.
The exhibition runs from Wednesday 5th April until Saturday 22nd April 2023 and is open Wednesday to Sunday, 10am – 4pm.
The Grit is at the Old Court Buildings on Old Nelson Street, Lowestoft, NR32 1EQ.
Entry is free and there is wheelchair access to all areas.
Parking is available at the public car park behind the centre on Whapload Road.
More details about the artists taking part and the exhibition can be found at www.easterly.org.uk/ea-at-the-grit
All Easterly Artists members are practising artists living or working within a 20-mile radius of Ness Point, the UK’s most easterly location.